MLS Newsstand – Monday, August 30, 2004

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Columbus Crew 1, MetroStars 1

  • Crew's drawing closer to Metros (New York Post)
  • Tie keeps Metros on top (North Jersey Herald News)
  • Metros keep first but lose Guevara (New York Daily News)
  • Crew can't capitalize, but earns another tie (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Costly point: Guevara is out and Vaca is down (New York Newsday)
  • MetroStars, Crew duke it out to a tie (Daily Record)
  • MetroStars: A costly tie (Associated Press)

    Other MLS and soccer

  • Season tests Nicol (Boston Herald)
  • Close but no hurrah (Boston Globe)
  • A Pan-Galactic View (CyberSoccerAssociates)
  • John does the job on Adu (The Eagle-Tribune)
  • Quake shakes, signs (The Salinas Californian)
  • South American Celebrities Launch Their Own Wine Labels (The Wine Spectator)
  • Parting shots (ESPN
  • Area youth team puts U.S. soccer on map (New Jersey Daily Record)
  • Carroll finds fulfilment close to home (
  • Friedel stars for Rovers, but suffers unkind fate in draw with Man. U. (SoccerTimes)
  • Broncos reload for another run (San Francisco Chronicle)

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